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    Default Error after adding sideblocks to forum.

    For the most part things are smooth as silk, however I keep getting a small error which is just more cosmetic then actually causing an issue.

    Say I go to view "new posts" and there are no new posts since my last login, it will tell me the whole thing about no new posts, but also include an extra navbar under the old one and beside the sideblocks.

    If you need a screen capture I can take one to show what I mean.

    Anyone know a fix to this?

    Thanks in advance!

    Ashley

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    Default Re: Error after adding sideblocks to forum.

    Try editing your 'vBadvanced Error Replacements' plugin and replace the 'Plugin PHP Code' section with this:
    PHP Code:
    if (defined('VBA_SCRIPT') OR defined('VBA_PAGE')) { require_once('./includes/vba_global_error.php'); } 

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    Default Re: Error after adding sideblocks to forum.

    It worked to stop the double navigation. However it completely took off the sidebar if there is an error. Is that normal with that fix? Sorry to be a pain. LOL It's really not a huge deal if it takes it off for the error. It's much better then the double navigation.

    Thanks Brian!

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    Default Re: Error after adding sideblocks to forum.

    Yes, that just removes the CMPS from any error page. It's a fairly easy fix, and IMO, there's not really much need for the CMPS blocks on an error page.

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